Kering will again partner with Michelle Obama when the former First Lady presents the French edition of her autobiography, Becoming, in Paris next week, before an audience that will include 350 young women.
UBM’s new event for sustainable and disruptive fashion has teamed up with the UN and the Conscious Fashion Campaign, and will be celebrating the collaboration with an activation at Coterie’s upcoming New York show.
In anticipation of next month's official LA Fashion Week runway shows, organizers have released insight into the theme of the event – cultural diversity – and previewed some of the designers that will show.
Michelle Obama chose a dress from Milly owner and designer Michelle Smith for her official portrait as First Lady, a telling pick of an all-American brand with strong liberal roots and clear political messaging.
Carolina Herrera staged her final show on Monday night, and for her finale she sent out 25 mini versions of herself – elegant figures wearing her signature bright white men’s shirt with floor-length taffeta ball skirts.
It was another goodbye for New York Fashion Week on Friday with the announcement that Carolina Herrera, queen of elegance and favorite of US first ladies, is stepping down as chief designer of her eponymous label.
If there was anything Azzedine Alaïa, the revered designer who died aged 77 this weekend, enjoyed more than actually making clothes, it was a meal with his “family” of supermodels, bold face names, artists and stars.
Azzedine Alaïa has died, aged 77. One of the greatest influencer-designers, he defined body-con dressing, staying relevant as trends changed via his signature style, and being the first designer to go seasonless.